Medicine Schools in Texas
1,511 Medicine students earned their degrees in the state in 2018-2019.
A Medicine major is the 52nd most popular major in this state.
Education Levels of Medicine Majors in Texas
Medicine majors in the state tend to have the following degree levels:
|Education Level||Number of Grads|
|Doctor’s Degree (Research / Scholarship)||1,511|
|Doctor’s Degree (Professional Practice)||1,511|
|Doctor’s Degree (Other)||1,511|
In Texas, a medicine major is more popular with men than with women.
The racial distribution of medicine majors in Texas is as follows:
- Asian: 28.7%
- Black or African American: 5.4%
- Hispanic or Latino: 13.5%
- White: 45.2%
- Non-Resident Alien: 0.1%
- Other Races: 7.1%
Jobs for Medicine Grads in Texas
In this state, there are 31,630 people employed in jobs related to a medicine degree, compared to 503,310 nationwide.
Wages for Medicine Jobs in Texas
A typical salary for a medicine grad in the state is $199,370, compared to a typical salary of $203,880 nationwide.
Most Popular Medicine Programs in TX
There are 10 colleges in Texas that offer medicine degrees. Learn about the most popular 10 below:
Of all the teachers who work at the school, 57% are considered full time. Graduates earn an average $66,200 after graduation. The 0.50% student loan default rate is lower than average.
Grads earn an average early-career salary of $68,800 after earning their degree at this institution. The student loan default rate is 0.60% which is lower than average. The student to faculty ratio is 14 to 1.
Graduates earn an average $62,500 after graduation. Of all the teachers who work at the school, 65% are considered full time. 11 to 1 is the student to faculty ratio.
In their early career, UT Southwestern grads earn an average salary of $60,800. The student loan default rate is 0.70% which is lower than average. Of all the teachers who work at the school, 80% are considered full time.
The student to faculty ratio is 21 to 1. In their early career, Texas A&M College Station grads earn an average salary of $48,600. Most students complete their degree in 4.39 years.
97% of the teachers are full time. This school boasts a lower than average student loan default rate of 0.80%. Roughly six years after entering college, graduates of this school earn $68,300 a year.
The 0.50% student loan default rate is lower than average. The full-time teacher rate is 89%.
The full-time teacher rate is 93%. This school boasts a lower than average student loan default rate of 0.80%.
Most students complete their degree in 4.37 years. 18 to 1 is the student to faculty ratio. Roughly six years after entering college, graduates of this school earn $46,000 a year.
A typical student attending UT Rio Grande Valley will pay a net price of $4,166. The student to faculty ratio is 19 to 1. Of all the students who attend this school, 93% get financial aid.
Medicine Careers in TX
Some of the careers medicine majors go into include:
|Job Title||TX Job Growth||TX Median Salary|
|Family and General Practitioners||23%||$204,450|
|Physicians and Surgeons||20%||$195,630|
Related Majors in Texas
Below are some popular majors in the state that are similar to medicine.
|Major||Annual Graduates in TX|
|Allied Health Services||9,689|
|Allied Health Professions||6,486|
|Nursing & Nursing Assistants||5,141|
|Health/Medical Admin Services||4,371|
|Dental Support Services||2,284|
|Health Sciences & Services||2,120|
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